PolyFit: Polygonal Surface Reconstruction from Point Clouds


#1

https://3d.bk.tudelft.nl/liangliang/publications/2017/polyfit/polyfit.html

Could be interesting to apply this for buildings.


Edge and surface regularization
#2

Um. Yes. Please yes. For complex datasets, it may need to be fed footprints to constrain the complexity of the input models, but… wow.


#3

https://3d.bk.tudelft.nl/liangliang/publications/2016/manhattan/manhattan.html also. Different algorithm, similar purpose.


#4

And another, which looks like a pre-publication version of https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0097849315001077#f0065:
http://peterwonka.net/Publications/pdfs/2016.CAG.Minglei.UrbanReconstruction.pdf

I haven’t found code for this yet.


#5

Moar:
https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Clement_Mallet/publication/221111216_Building_large_urban_environments_from_unstructured_point_data/links/0c96053902ff63df32000000.pdf


#6

Also related (but realtime): http://pathfinder.engin.umich.edu/documents/Feng&Taguchi&Kamat.ICRA.2014.pdf


#7

This was already posted separately, but just to keep this together in a group, Make It Flat: Detection and Correction of Planar
Regions in Triangle Meshes: